Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship: February 16-17, 2017 – Ottawa, Ontario

“Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship,” is a five-part dialogue series to be held across Canada seeking bring together experts to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, focusing on four themes central to the relationship: Nation Building and Nation Re-Building; Jurisdiction; New Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships; and Wealth Creation. The series will culminate in a national event that will aim to address the outcomes of the discussions that emerged, including identified themes linkages, challenges, potential results, and timelines. The dialogues and event will feature invited speakers with vested interests in Nation-to-Nation relationships. The purpose of these sessions will be to stimulate the discussion through providing a neutral environment where stakeholders can openly communicate the precursors for change. View More>>

2016-2017 Dialogue Series

In an increasingly digital world, the task ahead for Canada’s public institutions is to evolve the Westminster system, both its political and administrative institutions, in a context of increased public expectations for speed, responsiveness and representativeness, and a renewed demand for improved outcomes that preserve and advance the public good. View More>>

Past Events

2015 Dialogue Series


At the Digital Governance Forum, we sought input from a range of stakeholders – citizens, elected officials, academics, public servants, and industry leaders – to shape the direction of our activities and expand our network across five applied domains: democratic governance, policy-making, service delivery, regulation, and risk and accountability. View More>>

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